Microsoft has unveiled five new Surface products, including headphones and earbuds.
In light of Apple's latest "what's a computer" campaign, pitting ultra-reliable, richly app-laden iPads with long battery life against cheap Windows computers, are Kogan's notebooks a good deal?
Microsoft is preparing a campaign to neutralise the announcement last week by consumer goods testing publication Consumer Reports that four of its Surface-branded devices are not up to the mark as far as reliability is concerned.
Microsoft announced late last week that it’s holding a special Surface event in Shanghai, promising to “show the world what’s next.”
Sales of Microsoft's Surface tablets and laptops have fallen by 26% in the third quarter of the current financial year, a drop of US$285 million compared to the figures for the corresponding quarter in the last financial year.
Microsoft is planning to launch its updated Surface Pro 5 — a hybrid two-in-one tablet with optional keyboard cover — in March 2017, according to the Chinese-language Economic Daily Report.
Microsoft says that November was its best month yet for Surface sales but offered no numbers to back up the claims.
OPINION: A few years ago, the face of personal computing started to change from boring black and beige notebook and desktop PCs and Macs to new form factors. Surface, iPad Pro, hybrid, two-in-one — whatever you want to call them — have become the next great hope of personal computing.
One side says there will be no new Surface Pro mobile devices announced and no new Surface Phone on 26 October, but the other side says there will be.
ANALYSIS Microsoft has issued invitations to a launch in New York. Inevitably this sets the gossip mongers “mongering”. Here is what iTWire has found.
You like to travel in style – why not extend that courtesy to your laptop, notebook, MacBook et al?
Microsoft’s latest social media campaign is very reminiscent of Apple’s “Get a Mac” TV campaign. Only this time the shoe — or is that designer sneaker — is on the other foot.
Since its release last October, the Surface Book has been subject to “Sleep of Death” bugs. While subsequent firmware updates improved the issue, the latest updates finally appear to fix all.
Microsoft's Surface line, reported as one of its better earners in its most recent quarterly results, suffers from a bug which has come to be referred to as Sleep of Death.
Some of Microsoft’s Surface Book and Pro 4, especially with the i7 processor, have suffered from sleeping sickness – where a cold boot (size 9 or larger) is needed to reactivate it after it goes to sleep.
The Australian tablets market suffered another hefty drop in 2015, declining 18.5%. Research firm Telsyte has released its latest study of the shrinking tablets market in Australia, with Apple and Microsoft ‘set to battle it out for touch screen device dominance’ in 2016 as the two-in-one market emerges.
Light, bright, ultra-portable, durable, very powerful and touch enabled - Surface defines the Windows 10, hybrid detachable category.
Beneath the Surface lies profit – sales of the range were up 29% (US$1.35B) in the quarter ended 31 December, 2015. Of course it did well in other product lines too.
Microsoft’s new Surface Book is the ultimate tab-book - a combined tablet and a notebook - and it lives up to all its promises.
Top Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott says the ongoing problems with the recently released Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book equate to Microsoft’s Surfacegate.
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